Fire erupts at Kuwait oil refinery, injuries reported | Oil and Gas News

Firefighters were working to extinguish the blaze in the refinery’s treatment unit, which removes sulfur from the oil products. A fire has erupted at Kuwait’s largest oil refinery with the state-owned oil company reporting a number of injuries, including smoke inhalation. Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) said that Monday’s blaze at the Mina al-Ahmadi oil… Continue reading Fire erupts at Kuwait oil refinery, injuries reported | Oil and Gas News

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Heads of three branches of govt. hold talks on economy

TEHRAN — The heads of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government consulted on the most pressing issues, including economic ones. The meeting, held on Saturday, was hosted by Parliament Speaker Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf. Continue Reading News Source: www.tehrantimes.com

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Venezuelan FM to arrive in Tehran today

Tehran (ISNA) – Venezuelan Foreign Minister Felix Plasencia will arrive in Tehran on Monday. During the visit, he is due to meet with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian. They will discuss bilateral relations and the latest international developments. Previously, the two top diplomats had met on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in… Continue reading Venezuelan FM to arrive in Tehran today

Thousands protest in El Salvador against Bukele government | Protests News

President Bukele downplays San Salvador protests against economic and judicial policies, including Bitcoin move. Thousands of protesters have marched in El Salvador’s capital San Salvador against the actions of President Nayib Bukele’s government, including the move to make Bitcoin legal tender in the country. Sunday’s demonstrators included feminist groups, human rights organisations, environmentalists and members… Continue reading Thousands protest in El Salvador against Bukele government | Protests News

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Report: Iran’s Ex-President Advised to Leave UAE

Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has reportedly cut short a visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and left for Tehran. According to Fars News Agency, Ahmadinejad had travelled to the UAE to visit Expo 2020 hosted by Dubai, but had to return home upon Emirati officials’ recommendation. Fars added , he failed to achieve… Continue reading Report: Iran’s Ex-President Advised to Leave UAE

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Netflix values its megahit show Squid Game at $900m | Business and Economy News

Netflix estimates that its latest megahit, “Squid Game,” will create almost $900 million in value for the company, according to figures seen by Bloomberg, underscoring the windfall that one megahit can generate in the streaming era. Netflix differs from movie studios and TV networks in that it doesn’t generate sales based on specific titles, instead using its catalog and… Continue reading Netflix values its megahit show Squid Game at $900m | Business and Economy News

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Copper cathode output stands at over 143,000 tons in H1

TEHRAN- Iran produced 143,328 tons of copper cathode in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-September 22), IRNA reported. As reported, the figure shows two percent growth as compared to the copper cathode output in the first six months of the previous year. Monthly copper cathode production also indicates an 11-percent… Continue reading Copper cathode output stands at over 143,000 tons in H1

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Lev Tahor members arrested for allegedly trying to flee to Iran

Two buses of the haredi extremist sect Lev Tahor were arrested by Guatemalan authorities under suspicion of planning to flee to Iran via Mexico, ynet reported. Guatemalan authorities, at the request of Israel’s Foreign Ministry and the US State Department, barred Lev Tahor members from going to Mexico in order to keep them from traveling… Continue reading Lev Tahor members arrested for allegedly trying to flee to Iran

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Lev Tahor members arrested for allegedly trying to flee to Iran

Two buses of the haredi extremist sect Lev Tahor were arrested by Guatemalan authorities under suspicion of planning to flee to Iran via Mexico, ynet reported. Guatemalan authorities, at the request of Israel’s Foreign Ministry and the US State Department, barred Lev Tahor members from going to Mexico in order to keep them from traveling… Continue reading Lev Tahor members arrested for allegedly trying to flee to Iran

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